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SUPPLEMENT 



TO 



THE BULLETIN OF PALM BEACH JUNIOR COLLEGE 



VOLUME 44 - NO. 1, 1982-83 



AUGUST 1982 



Since the College Bulletin Volume 44-No. 1 for 1982-83 
was prepared, there have been new courses added, regu- 
lations amended and other changes made which are of 
interest to students and faculty. Omissions and other 
changes in the Bulletin of a nature serious enough to 
be included in a Supplement have also been included. 



The Supplement is an important part of the Bulletin. 
Where the Supplement and Bulletin differ, the Supplement 
is current. 



The Bulletin of Palm Beach Junior College, Volume 44-No. 1, 
published four times annually, by Palm Beach Junior College. 
4200 Congress Avenue, Lake Worth, Florida 33461. 



Palm Beach Junior College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. 
Programs, activities, and services of the College are 
available to all without regard to race, color, creed, 
religion, sex, age, or national origin. 



PALM BEACH JUNIOR COLLEGE 



ESSENTIAL SKILLS - GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS 



In the spring of 1979, the Florida Legislature enacted CS/HB 1689, a bill designed 
to improve the quality of college education in Florida. 

As a consequence, cogent questions addressing student learning needs, performances, 
and measurement of performance with respect to basic levels of learning for college 
entry and exit in areas common to all college students necessary for their func- 
tioning as informed citizens in a complex society stimulated Palm Beach Junior 
College to make curricular adjustments in its general education requirements for 
the Associate in Arts degree. Specifically, students who enroll during or after 
the Fall Term 1982 must complete a minimum of thirty-six (36) semester hours of 
work in general education. These hours must be completed in the subject areas 
listed below: 



AREA I: 



AREA II: 



AREA III 
AREA IV: 



COMMUNICATIONS - 15 hours. A grade of C or higher in each course 
is required. 

ENC 1101 Freshman Communications I 3 hours 

ENC 1102 Freshman Communications II 3 hours 

Li terature 3 hours 

SPC 1600 Fundamentals of Speech 3 hours 

ARH 1000 Art Appreciation ( 

or ( 3 hours 

MUL 1011 Music Appreciation ( 

MATHEMATICS - 6 hours. A grade of C or higher in each course is 
required. 

MGF 1113 General Education Mathematics I 3 hours 

MGF 1114 General Education Mathematics II 3 hours 

MAC 1104 College Algebra 3 hours 

MAC 1144 Trigonometry and Analytic Geometry 3 hours 

MAC 2411 Cal cul us I 3 hours 

MAC 2412 Calculus II 3 hours 

MAC 2413 Calculus III 4 hours 

MAT 1033 Intermediate Alaebra 3 hours 

STA 2014 Statistics 3 hours 



SCIENCE 

SOCIAL SCIENCE 



6 hours: 



S0C 1200 Introduction to the Social Sciences 

and 
P0S 1001 Introduction to Political Science 

or 
AMH 2010 United States History to 1865 

or 
POS 2041 American National Government 



6 hours 



3 hours 



3 hours 



AREA V : RELATED HEALTH 2 hours 

AREA VI: ELECTIVE 1 h our 

36 hours 

SBE Rule 6A-10.30 (2) (a) (b) is effective October 15, 1982: 

(2) Prior to receipt of an Associate of Arts degree from a public 
community college or university or prior to entry into the upper division 
of a public university, a student shall complete successfully the following: 

(a) Twelve (12) semester hours of English coursework in which the 
student is required to demonstrate writing skills. For the purposes of this 
rule, an English course is defined as any semester-length course within 

the general study area of the humanities in which the student is required 
to produce written work of at least six thousand (6,000) words. 

(b) Six (6) semester hours of mathematics coursework at the level of 
college algebra or higher. For the purposes of this rule, applied logic, 
statistics and other such computation coursework which may not be placed 
within a mathematics department may be used to fulfill three (3) hours of 
the six (6) hours required by this section. 

For the purposes of this rule, a grade of C or higher shall be considered 
successful completion. 

Please follow this guideline in all academic advising for those students who 
are taking the A. A. degree, or who are in the A.S. program and contemplating 
entering a university at a later date. 

Other Statutory Requirements 

The Legislature has passed and Governor Graham has signed CSCSHB 692 which 
relates to the testing of college-level communication and computation skills. 

Beginning with the October 1982 administration of the College-Level Academic 
Skills Test (CLAST), students will be required to present test scores to be 
eligible for the award of an Associate in Arts degree from a community 
college or for admission to an upper division program in a state university 
in Florida. 

Prior to August 1, 1984, the use of CLAST scores is limited to student 
counseling and curriculum development. 

After August 1, 1984, students must have passing scores on CLAST to be 
eligible for the award of an Associate in Arts degree from a community 
college or for admission to upper division status in a state university 
in Florida. 

Palm Beach Junior College Requirement for Written Work: 

ENC 1101 Freshman Communications I 8,500 words 

ENC 1102 Freshman Communications II 10,000 

Literature 4,000 

ARH 1000 Art Appreciation ( 

or ( 500 

MUL 1011 Music Appreciation ( 

SPC 1600 Fundamental s of Speech 1,000 

24,000 

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Add under Entry-Level Testing: 

7. Developmental courses, (ENC 1000, MAT 1002) These courses, if 
assigned through placement testing, must be completed in addition 
to all course requirements in the program you choose. Reading 
may also be required. 

Replace sentence under Dental Hygiene: 

(3) Take the American Dental Hygiene Aptitude Test given in October, 
December and January. 

Add to Lab Fees Schedule: 

ART 2231 Advertising Design II $10.00 

ART 2232 Advertising Design III 10.00 

FSS 1112 Foods for Children 10.00 

FSS 2222 Intermediate Food Preparation 15.00 

FSS 2242 International Cuisine 15.00 

FSS 2284 Advanced Food Preparation 15.00 

SES 1160 Word Processing Operations 10.00 

SES 1161 Word Processing Applications 10.00 

SES 2172 Machine Transcription II 10.00 

Delete from Lab Fees Schedule: 

SES 2221 Machine Shorthand 1 10.00 

SES 2222 Machine Shorthand II 10.00 

SES 2223 Machine Shorthand III 10.00 

SES 2224 Machine Shorthand 10.00 

Delete from catalog: 

Associate in General Studies Degree 
Delete from Graduation Requirements: 

(4) ".. students enrolled in evening classes..." 

ART DEPARTMENT 

Majors: Architecture (A. A. 01-003) 

Graphic Arts Technology (A.S. 01-013) 
Interior Design (A.S. 01-012) 
Visual Arts (A. A. 01-014) 

Students who wish to major in the following areas in upper 
division study should declare Visual Arts as their major at 
Palm Beach Junior College and counsel with an Art faculty 
member for guidance for emphasis in their desired course of 
study: 

Advertising Design 
Art Education 
Art History 
Ceramics 
Crafts 
Fine Arts 
Interior Design 
Photography 



Page 114: Replace descriptive paraoraph under GRAPHIC ARTS TECHNOLOGY 
(A.S. 01-013) 

This program is designed for a student who wishes to find employment 
in the printing industry. Palm Beach Junior College is cooperating 
with the North Technical Center, Riviera Beach, to offer an A.S. 
degree in Graphic Arts Technology. The technical portion of the 
program will be offered at the North Technical Center, while the 
academic portion will be offered at Palm Beach Junior College. 

Page 117: INTERIOR DESIGN— TECH (A.S. 01-012) - Revised Program 

This two-year Interior Design Technical Program prepares the student 
with the necessary skills to gain employment in the Interior Design 
field. Courses must be taken in sequence. 

FIRST YEAR SEMESTER 

HOURS CREDIT 
COURSE TITLE Fall Winter 

ETD 1110C Introduction to Technical Drawing 2 

ART 1201 Design Fundamentals 3 

ART 2130 Fibers and Fabrics 3 

or 

CTE 1401 Textiles (3) 

ENC 1101# Freshman Communications I 3 

ARH 1000 Art Appreci ati on 3 

Physical Education 1 

ART 1305 Freehand Perspecti ve 3 

ARC 1120 Architectural Drawing 3 

IND 1014 Interior Design I 3 

ENC 1102 Freshman Communications II 3 

SOC 1200 Introduction to the Social Sciences 3 

Physical Education 1 

15 16 
SECOND YEAR 

IND 1012 Interior Design II 3 

IND 1013 History of Period Furniture 3 

ART 1100 Introduction to Crafts 3 

ART 1200 Three Dimensional Design 3 

POS 1001* Introduction to Political Science 3 

HES 1000** Perspectives on Healthful Living 2 

IND 2010 Practical Applications - Interior Design. 3 

IND 2011 Business Proc. for Interior Designers.... 3 

ART 1600 Introduction to Photography 2 

MAT 1033# Intermediate Algebra 3 

ART 1202 Color Design _ 3 

17 14 

#If developmental courses are needed, they will be in addition to the 
course requirements in the program. 
*P0S 2041 or AMH 2010 may be substituted. 
**HES 2121 may be substituted. 

NOTE: A. A. Degree students must meet general education requirements 
and 36 hours of Interior Program in sequence. 

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Page 119: Correct Art Appreciation from ARH 1100 to ARH 1000. 

Correct ART 2510 from Introduction to Printing to Painting . 

Page 122: The Statewide Course Numbering System has assigned new numbers to 
the following Art courses (old numbers in parenthesis): 

Graphic Arts Industries 

Graphic Arts Technology I 

Typography 

Graphic Arts Technology II 

Production Graphics 

Dye-Transfer Photography 

Screen Printing 

Ink and Color 

Graphic Arts Technology III 

IND 1014 INTERIOR DESIGN I (New Course) 

(Prerequisites: ART 1201 and ETD 1110C) An introduction to 
the fields of Interior Decorating and Interior Design. Basic 
fundamentals are presented in the arrangement of space, color, 
materials, lighting and furniture. 1-4-3* 

IND 1012 - Change title to Interior Design II (From Basic Interior 
Design). Delete current prerequisites and replace with IND 1014. 

BUSINESS DEPARTMENT 

WORD PROCESSING/INFORMATION SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT (Certificate 
Program 03-513) 



GRA 


1500 


(ARV 


1264) 


GRA 


1501 


(ARV 


1200) 


GRA 


1530 


(ARV 


1202) 


GRA 


1573 


(ARV 


1234) 


GRA 


1950 


(ARV 


1221) 


GRA 


2116 


(ARV 


2105) 


GRA 


2505 


(ARV 


2214) 


GRA 


2508 


(ARV 


2217) 


GRA 


2784 


(ARV 


2222) 



COURSE TITLE Fall 

COC 1110. .. Introduction to Computers 3 

SES 1150. .. Introduction to Word Processing 3 

SES 1160... Word Processing Operations 3 

SES 1330... Business English 3 

SES 2171. . .Machine Transcription I 3 

SES 1161. ..Word Processing Applications 

SES 1210. . .Shorthand 

SES 1401.. .Clerical Office Practice 

SES 2335. . .Business Communications 

SES 2172. . .Machine Transcription II 

ACC 1880 . . . Bookkeepi ng 

MAN 2100. . .Supervision—Human Relations-Business. 

15 



SEMESTER 

HOURS CREDIT 

Winter Spring 



15 



Page 138: ACC 1001 PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING I (Revised) 

This course includes the study of the accounting cycle, accruals 
and deferrals, depreciation methods, payroll systems, and sys- 
tems and controls as they relate to cash. 3-0-3* (Offered 
Fall and Winter Terms) 

ACC 1021 PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING II (Revised) 

(Prerequisite: ACC 1001 or equivalent) This is a continuation 
of ACC 1001. It is a study of accounting as applied to the 
partnership, corporation, process and job order cost accounting, 
budgetary control, standard cost systems, special analyses, and 
financial statement analyses as they relate to the function of 
planning and control. 3-0-3* (Offered Fall and Winter Terms) 



Page 138: The following are new courses in the Business Department: 

BAN 1112 SAFE DEPOSITS (AIB) 

The rules and procedures of safe deposits, good customer 
relations and the interrelationship of the two are covered 
in this course. Specific topics addressed are: Safe deposit 
security, legal concerns, access, insurance, contracts, power 
of attorney, record keeping, and customer relations. 1-0-1* 

BAN 2170 COLLECTOR'S TRAINING PROGRAM (AIB) 

The new, successful approach to bank collection is the financial 
counseling method. It uses human relations as a means to 
collect delinquent loans while aiding the banker in complying 
with the Fiar Debt Collection Practices Act. Designed for 
collectors, consumer lenders and branch personnel. 1-0-1* 

BAN 2202 INSIDE COMMERCIAL BANKING (AIB) 

The purpose of this course is to identify topics and issues 
which bankers must be prepared to address and discuss the 
quest for solution and responses. Designed for the student 
or analyst in the banking system who wants to update his 
knowledge by addressing the topics and issues on commercial 
banking. 3-0-3* 

BAN 2205 CORPORATE BANKING (AIB) 

This is a practical , common sense approach to lending. It 
incorporates the exact sequential nature of the lending process, 
giving bankers a solid foundation on which to construct sound 
lending practices. 3-0-3* 

BAN 2206 CREDIT DEPARTMENT MANAGEMENT (AIB) 

This course presents an excellent overall perspective of the 
credit department. It gives a thorough understanding of the 
basic principles underlying credit function and strengthens 
management performance through highly interactive educational 
format. Topics covered are Management; Organization and Staf- 
fing; Credit Files; Comparing Financial Statements; The Commer- 
cial Credit Analysis Function; Loan Quality Control and 
Compliance Functions; Commercial Credit Information Exchange; 
and the Training Function. 3-0-3* 

BAN 2701 MANAGEMENT FUNDAMENTALS (AIB) 

Management Fundamentals introduces students to the skills and 
techniques that all managers need, whether they work in banking 
or in other types of businesses. The text focuses on the basic 
management functions of planning, organizing, staffing, leading, 
and controlling, and it discusses a variety of management 
theories and approaches. Designed for management trainee and 
new to mid-level managers. 3-0-3* 

BAN 2724 BRANCH MANAGEMENT PROGRAM - SERIES I (AIB) 

This new modular program is designed to present a comprehensive 
overview of the branch function and the manager's role in its 
operation. Separate modules--on branch operations and the 
branch lending function—provide a complete introduction to 
the functional aspects of the branch management position. In 

*Lecture-Lab-Credit Hours 

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addition, a central module on the overall management of all branch 
functions provides the student with an awareness and appreciation 
of this most critical element in the operation of a successful 
branch. Designed for new branch managers, assistant managers, 
and manager trainees. 3-0-3* 

BAN 1044 COMMUNICATION SKILLS FOR SAVINGS AND LOAN (S & L) 

In this course, students practice the skills of effective two-way 
communication and analyze their own strengths and weaknesses to 
achieve better communication with co-workers and customers. 2-0-2* 

BAN 2301 SAVINGS ACCOUNTS ADMINISTRATION (S & L) 

This course extends the general presentation of savings accounts 
offered in the Savings Accounts course and emphasizes the admin- 
istration and insurance of savings accounts. 2-0-2* 

BAN 2605 INDIVIDUAL RETIREMENT ACCOUMTS/KEOGH PLANS (S & L) 

This course is intended for savings counselors, tellers and their 
supervisors and other savings department employees to give them 
a background for answering customer inquiries about IRAs, 
SEPPs, and Keoghs and for learning how to open these accounts 
in their own associations. IRA/KE0GH also gives savings 
employees a basis of knowledge for more advanced study in this 
technical field. 2-0-2* 

BAN 2698 REAL ESTATE PRINCIPLES II FOR SAVINGS AND LOAN (S & L) 
In this course, students gain a further understanding of the 
basic principles of real estate administration. Government and 
political trends, regional and local economic influences, and 
land development are some of the topics examined. 2-0-2* 

SES 1150 INTRODUCTION TO WORD PROCESSING 

A course designed to introduce the concept of word processing 
in a lecture-discussion method. Students are expected to attend 
lectures on word processing and to complete the various research 
and textbook assignments. Major topics to be covered are: 
Traditional Office Problems; The Efficiency of Word Processing; 
Word Processing Systems ; Word Processing Careers; Word Pro- 
cessing Dictation Equipment; A Comparison of Automated Type- 
writers and Computers; Word Processing Automated Typewriters, 
Automated Office; Word Processing Workflow; and Word Processing 
Implementation. 3-0-3* 

SES 1160 WORD PROCESSING OPERATIONS 

(Prerequisites or co-requisites: SES 1150, COC 1110, SES 1110 
or successful completion of typing skills placement test, 
including 50 words per minute on five-minute timing with three 
or less errors) An individualized course introducing word 
processing technology, this course is designed to enable the 
student to keyboard, revise, and achieve common forms of 
documents through hands-on training on an automated typewriter 
and a text-editing typewriter. Emphasis is placed on gaining 
proficiency in elementary applications. 2-2-3* 

*Lecture-Lab-Credi t Hours 

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SES 1161 WORD PROCESSING APPLICATIONS 

(Prerequisite or co-requisite: SES 1160) An individualized 
course in which students will complete exercises which include 
document creation, telecommunications, filing/logging, and 
other document creation procedures. Cost effectiveness and 
quality and quantity control are emphasized, as well as decision- 
making and assuming responsibility. 2-2-3* 

SES 2172 MACHINE TRANSCRIPTION II 

(Prerequisites: SES 2171, ses 1330, SES 1110, and ENC 1101 or 

SES 2335; co-requisite: SES 2120) In Machine Transcription II, 

the student will perfect his/her transcription skills acquired 
in Machine Transcription I (SES 2171). Emphasis will be 

placed on transcription speed and accuracy and the art of 
dictating. 2-2-3* 

CENTER FOR PERSONALIZED INSTRUCTION 

Beginning Fall 1982-83, all grades in the developmental program, 
including ENC 1000 and MAT 1002, will be changed to read: 

P - Successful Completion 

N - (Already in Program) No Credit 

DEVELOPMENTAL MATHEMATICS - Offered only in Center for Personalized 
Instruction. All students taking a mathematics course in the CPI 
must register for MAT 1002. All programs in the CPI are self-study, 
individualized to student needs. Depending upon the programs and 
achievement, the student may earn up to three (3) hours credit in 
one semester. 

MAT 1003 DEVELOPMENTAL ARITHMETIC 

This module will review and reinforce basic arithmetic skills 
dealing with whole numbers and fractions. It is the first of 
3 one-hour modules and will cover 5 of the 16 essential arithmetic 
skills. 1-0-1* 

MAT 1013 DEVELOPMENTAL ARITHMETIC - APPLICATIONS 

(Prerequisite: MAT 1003) This second of three modules will 
take up arithmetic skill with decimals, proportions, percents 
and applications using arithmetic skills. Seven essential 
skills will be covered in this module. 1-0-1* 

MAT 1014 DEVELOPMENTAL ALGEBRA 

(Prerequisite: MAT 1013) This is the third of 3 one-hour 
modules. This module will cover such topics as place value, 
exponents, roots, measurement and basic algebra through simple 
equation solving, with applications. Nine essential skills 
will be covered in this module. 1-0-1* 

COMMUNICATIONS 

Combine Creative Writing, English, English Teacher, Foreign Language 
and Foreiqn Language Teacher into one program called LIBERAL ARTS 
(A. A. 05-105). 

Delete Speech Pathology and Audiology Program. 
*Lecture-Lab-Credit Hours 



Page 162: Delete ENC 1002 Developmental English II. 

Pages 162, 163, 164: Delete prerequisites for all literature courses. 

Page 167: Delete THE 1925 Play Production. 

CONSUMER EDUCATION AND HOME ECONOMICS 

Page 168: DIETETIC TECHNOLOGY (A.S. 09-512) 

This program prepares students for a career in the field of dietetics. 
The Dietetic Technician is trained to assist the Registered Dietitian 
(R.D.) in providing nutritional care to individuals and groups. The 
curriculum has been developed along the guidelines of the American 
Dietetic Association. 

Upon successful completion of this course, students may fill positions 
in health care and educational facilities, such as hospitals, skilled 
nursing facilities, schools, residential and group care facilities, 
day care centers, and community agencies. 

FRESHMAN YEAR SEMESTER 

COURSE TITLE HOURS CREDIT 

BSC 1010 Principles of Biology 3 

DIE 1412 Nutrition Education and Counseling 3 

DIE 1419 Nutrition Educ. and Counsel. Practicum I.. 3 

EDF 1005 Introduction to Education 3 

or 

EDP 2002 Educational Psychology (3) 

ENC 1101# Freshman Communications I 

ENC 1102 Freshman Communications II 

FSS 1210 Meal Management 

HES 1000* Perspectives on Healthful Living 

HUN 1201 Elements of Nutrition 

MGF 1113# General Education Mathematics I 

SOC 1200 Introduction to the Social Sciences 

SOPHOMORE YEAR 

DIE 2211 Diet Therapy 3 

DIE 2222 Community Nutrition 3 

DIE 2270 Dietary Dept. Oper. and Dietetic Seminar III 4 

DIE 2300 Dietetic Seminar 1 

DIE 2350 Community Nutrition Practicum II 3 

FSS 2221 Introduction to Commercial Foods 4 

FSS 2251 Operational Proc. of Food Service Systems. 3 

HFT 2200** Personnel Management 3 

POS 1001***. . .Introduction to Political Science 3 

PSY 2012 General Psychology 3 

Physical Education 2 

32 

Twelve semester hours of credit will be given to Dietetic Assistants 

who graduated from approved programs licensed through the American 
Dietetic Association. 

#If developmental courses are needed, they will be in addition to the 

course requirements in the program. 
*HES 2121 may be substituted. 
**EC0 2013 may be substituted. 
***P0S 2041 or AMH 2010 may be substituted. 



Page 168: DIETETICS - FOODS AND NUTRITION (A. A. 09-074) 

A suggested curriculum for students who are interested in university 
preparation for professional positions in Nutrition and Dietetics, 
including Co-ordinated Undergraduate Program. It allows students 
to fulfill their basic requirements before transferring to the 
upper level university. 

FRESHMAN YEAR SEMESTER 

COURSE TITLE HOURS CREDIT 

ARH 1000 Art Appreciation 3 

or 

MUL 1011 Music Appreciation (3) 

CHM 1045 General Chemistry I 3 

CHM 1045L General Chemistry I Laboratory 1 

CHM 1046 General Cherni stry II 3 

CHM 1046L General Chemistry II Laboratory... 1 

ENC 1101# Freshman Communications I 3 

ENC 1102 Freshman Communications II 3 

FSS 1210 Meal Management 3 

HUN 1202 Elements of Nutrition 3 

MAT 1033# Intermediate Algebra 3 

POS 1001* Introduction to Political Science 3 

SOC 1200 Introduction to the Social Sciences 3 

Physical Education 2_ 



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SOPHOMORE YEAR 



AML 2010 American Literature to 1865 3 

CHM 2210 Organic Chemistry I 3 

CHM 2210L Organic Chemistry I Laboratory 1 

CHM 2211 Organic Chemistry II 3 

CHM 221 1L Organic Chemistry II Laboratory 1 

ECO 2013 Principles of Economics I 3 

FSS 2221 Introduction to Commercial Food Prep 4 

FSS 2251 Oper. Proc. of Quantity Food Preparation.. 3 

HES 1000** Perspectives on Healthful Living 2 

MCB 1000 Microbiology 2 

MCB 1000L Microbiology Laboratory 1 

MGF 1114 General Education Mathematics II 3 

PSY 2012 General Psychology 3 

SPC 1600 Fundamentals of Speech 3_ 

35 

#If developmental courses are needed, they will be in addition to the 

course requirements in the program. 
*P0S 2041 or AMH 2010 may be substituted. 
**HES 2121 may be substituted. 



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'age 173: HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT (A.S. 09-060) - Revised 

This program prepares students for a career in the hospitality indus- 
try. Students must take all courses in the core and general education 
requirements . 

The Food Service Management option prepares students for employment in 
the food service industry at the midmanagement level in restaurants, 
cafeterias, extended care facilities, schools, hospitals, fast-food 
service and others. 

The Hotel Management option prepares students for the midmanagement 
level in hotels, motels, and clubs. Laboratory experience and 
training are provided through part-time employment in local estab- 
lishments and in PBJC's Hospitality Training Center. 



COURSE 

ACC 1880. 
FSS 1261. 
FSS 2100. 
FSS 2221. 
FSS 2500. 
HFT 1000. 
HFT 2220. 
MTB 1103. 



ENC 1101#. 

ENC 1102.. 
HES 1000*. 
P0S 1001** 
S0C 1200.. 



FSS 2222. 
FSS 2242. 
FSS 2251. 
FSS 2284. 

HUN 1201. 



HFT 2250. 
HFT 2300. 

or 
FSS 2401. 
HFT 2410. 
HFT 2510. 
HFT 2600. 



CORE COURSES 
TITLE 

.Bookkeeping , 

.Dining Room Management , 

.Purchasing for the Hospitality Business.. 
.Principles of Ouantity Food Production... 

.Food and Beverage Cost Control 

.Introduction to the Hospitality Business. 

.Personnel Management Practices 

.Business Mathematics 



SEMESTER 
HOURS CREDIT 



GENERAL EDUCATION 

.Freshman Communications I ..., 

.Freshman Communications II 

.Perspectives on Healthful Living..., 
.Introduction to Political Science... 
.Introduction to the Social Sciences. 
Physical Education 



FOOD SERVICE MANAGEMENT 

.Intermediate Quantity Food Production. 

. International Cuisine 

.Oper. Proc. of Quantity Food Service.. 

.Advanced Food Preparation 

.Elements of Nutrition 

Electi ves 



HOTEL MANAGEMENT 

.Hotel Management Practices. 
.Housekeeping Management.... 



.Hotel and Restaurant Property Hgmt (3) 

.Hotel Front Office Admin, and Procedures.... 

.Sales Prom, and Advert, in Hotels 

.Legal Aspects Hotel/Food Service Admin 

El ecti ves 



#If developmental courses are needed, they will be in addition to 

the course requirements in the proqram. 
*HES 2121 may be substituted. 
**P0S 2041 or AMH 2010 may be substituted. 

NOTE: HFT 1949 and HFT 2949 (Co-op courses) may be approved as 
electi ves. 



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Page 174: The following are new courses: 

DIE 1412 NUTRITION EDUCATION AND COUNSELING 

This course is a study of the principles of education as they 
apply to patient counseling. Emphasis is placed on interviewing 
techniques and patient diet histories which will be utilized in 
counseling patients for optimum nutritional care. 3-0-3* 

DIE 1419 NUTRITION EDUCATION AND COUNSELING PRACTICUM I 

This is a continuation of DIE 1412. There is supervised field 
experience to develop competencies in the application of know- 
ledge in a health care facility. 0-9-3* 

DIE 2211 DIET THERAPY 

This course covers the application of principles of nutrition 
with adaptations to specific disease conditions. Emphasis is 
given to the total nutritional care of the individual patient. 
3-0-3* 

DIE 2222 COMMUNITY NUTRITION 

This course is an examination of community agencies involved 
in health care. A review of social, cultural influences on 
food habits is included. Basic principles of diet counseling 
for specific groups is discussed. 3-0-3* 

DIE 2270 DIETARY DEPT. OPERATIONS AND DIETETIC SEMINAR III 

This is a continuation of DIE 2300. There is supervised field 
experience to develop competencies in the application of know- 
ledge in a health care facility. 0-12-4* 

DIE 2300 DIETETIC SEMINAR 

This course presents a discussion of current findings in the 
field of dietetics. Student presentations and debates are 
incorporated into the course. 1-0-1* 

DIE 2350 COMMUNITY NUTRITION PRACTICUM II 

This is a continuation of DIE 2222. There is supervised field 
experience to develop competencies in the application of know- 
ledge in a health care facility. 0-9-3* 

FSS 1261 DINING ROOM MANAGEMENT 

This course will be a study of basic elements of dining room 
service. Students learn procedures for the purchase and main- 
tenance of china, glass, silver, and linen. American service 
is practiced by students in the student food service dining 
room, including buffet setup and service. 1-4-3* 

Page 178: Change hours of HFT 1949 CO-OP: HOSPITALITY I from 1-15-4 to 1-10-3*. 

Change hours of HFT 2949 CO-OP: HOSPITALITY II from 1-15-4 to 1-10-3* 



*Lecture-Lab-Credit Hours 

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CRIMINAL JUSTICE 

'age 180: Under the Course of Study: 

Add MGF 1114 to raise mathematics requirement to six (6) hours. 
Delete "Evening students" under Physical Education requirement. 
Reduce Electives from ten (10) to seven (7) hours. 

Add: 

ACADEMIC CREDITS FOR BASIC POLICE RECRUIT AND CORRECTIONAL 
RECRUIT COURSES 

Upon satisfactory completion of the respective courses, the following 
credit will be granted. 

POI TfF 

^ SEMESTER 

COURSE TITLE HOURS CREDIT 

CCJ 1420 Police Administration II 3 

CJT 2100. . . .Criminal Investigation 3 

HES 1400 Standard First Aid and Personal Safety 1 

PEM 1100 Physical Fitness 1_ 

CORRECTIONS 8 

CCJ 2310. .. .Organization and Administration of 

a Correctional Facility 3 

HES 1400 Standard First Aid and Personal Safety 1_ 

4 

'age 181: Delete: 

CCJ 1100 Introduction to Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice 
CCJ 1300 Introduction to Corrections 

CCJ 2450 Management and Supervision in the Criminal Justice Field 
CCJ 2905 Issues in Criminal Justice 

'age 182: CCJ 1949/2949 Co-op Criminal Justice - Offered Winter Term only. 

DENTAL HEALTH SERVICES 

J age 186: In addition to certificate requirements, the following courses may 
be taken to obtain an A.S. degree in Dental Assisting (A.S. 07-154). 

SEMESTER 
COURSE TITLE HOURS CREDIT 

ENC 1102. .. .Freshman Communications II 3 

HES 1000*. . .Perspectives on Healthful Living 2 

POS 1001**. .Introduction to Political Science 3 

SOC 1200. ... Introduction to the Social Sciences 3 

Physical Education 2 

Elective 3 

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*HES 2121 may be substituted.' 
**P0S 2041 or AMH 2010 may be substituted. 



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ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY 

AIR CONDITIONING AND REFRIGERATION TECHNOLOGY (A.S. 08-183) - Revision 

The Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Technology Program at Palm 
Beach Junior College begins with the most basic and fundamental 
concepts of theory and practice and progresses into the more techni- 
cally advanced area. Some general education courses are included in 
the curriculum. Upon completion of the course of study, the graduate 
will be qualified to enter any of the many possible vocations found 
in the rapidly growing fields of air conditioning and refrigeration 
today. 

FRESHMAN YEAR SEMESJER 

HOURS CREDIT 
COURSE TITLE Fall Winter 

ENC 1 1 1 # . . .Freshman Communications I 3 

ETD 1110C. .. Introduction to Technical Drawing 2 

ETE 1001C. .Essentials of Electricity 4 

ETM 1201 Thermodynamics for Technology I 3 

MTB 1321 Technical Mathematics I 3 

Physical Education 1 

ENC 1102. .. .Freshman Communications II 3 

or 

ENC 1210 Technical Writing (3) 

ETM 1610. .. .Principles of Air Conditioning 3 

ETM 2103 Solar Radiation and Collectors 3 

ETM 2202. .. .Thermodynamics for Technology II 3 

MTB 1322 Technical Mathematics II _ 3 

16 15 
SOPHOMORE YEAR 

AMH 2010 United States History to 1865 3 

COC 1110. ... Introduction to Computers 3 

ETM 1613. .. .Principles of Refrigeration 3 

ETM 2650C. . .Control Systems for Refrigeration 3 

ETM 2750C. . .Planning of Air Conditioning Systems 3 

ETI 2633. ... Industrial Relationships 3 

ETM 2660C...Air Distribution and Layout 4 

SOC 1200. ... Introduction to the Social Sciences 3 

Physical Education 1 

Electives 5 

15 16 

#If developmental courses are needed, they will be in addition to 
the course requirements in the program. 

DRAFTING AND DESIGN TECHNOLOGY (A.S. 08-178) - Revision 

The Drafting and Design Technology curriculum prepares the student 
for employment in the field of technical graphical representation. 
The classroom training provides a sound foundation in the basics 
of drafting practice and in the sophomore year, presents drafting 
techniques in such design areas as are in the responsibility of the 
draftsman. 



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FRESHMAN YEAR SEMESTER 

HOURS CREDIT 
COURSE TITLE Fall Winter 

COC 1110. ... Introduction to Computers 3 

EGN 1112 Engineering Graphics 3 

ENC 1101#. . .Freshman Communications 1 3 

ETE 1001 Essentials of Electricity 4 

MTB 1321 Technical Mathematics I 3 

ETD 1601 Electrical Drafting 2 

ETD 1700 General Draf ti ng 3 

ETI 1411C. . .Manufacturing Processes 3 

MTB 1322 Technical Mathematics II 3 

POS 2041 American National Government 3 

Physical Education 1_ 

16 15 
SOPHOMORE YEAR 

BCN 1210 Construction Materials 3 

BCN 2253C . . . Archi tectural Draf ti ng 3 

ETD 2801 Technical Illustration 3 

ETG 2530C. .Properties of Materials 4 

PSC 1341. .. .Survey of Physical Science 3 

ENC 1210 Technical Writing 3 

ETD 2450. .. .Advanced Engineering Design 3 

ETI 2633. ... Industrial Relationships 3 

HES 1000*... Perspectives on Healthful Living 2 

SOC 1200. ... Introduction to the Social Sciences 3 

Physical Education 1 

16 15 

#If developmental courses are needed, they will be in addition to 

the course requirements in the program. 
*HES 2121 may be substituted. 

NOTE: If a student has not completed a high school course in 

drafting, he must take ETD 1110C Introduction to Technical 
Drawing. 

Delete: EGN 1120C Engineering Graphics II 
EGN 1130C Engineering Graphics I 
ETD 1501C Drafting for Air Conditioning 
ETD 1701 General Drafting I 
ETD 1702 General Drafting II 
ETD 2711C Machine Drafting 
ETM 1101 Introduction to Solar Energy 
ETM 1614C Refrigeration Cycles and Equipment 
ETM 2633 Commercial Refrigeration Systems 
ETM 2671C Refrigeration Equipment for Air Conditioning Systems 



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EGN 1112 ENGINEERING GRAPHICS 

(Prerequisite: ETD 1110C or equivalent) This course is 
designed for the student entering the engineering profession. 
The course will reinforce the fundamentals of orthographic 
projection, dimensioning, sectional views, pictorials, threads 
and fasteners, charts and graphs. Included also will be a study 
of points, lines and planes and their relation to the graphical 
language. Technique will be stressed. 2-4-3* (Offered Fall, 
Winter and Spring Terms) 

ETD 1700 GENERAL DRAFTING 

(Prerequisite: EGN 1112 or permission of instructor) This 
course is designed to extend drafting principles and techniques 
into a variety of industrial and engineering fields. Included 
are studies in sheet metal, welding, structural piping, and 
topographical drafting. 2-4-3* (Offered Winter Term) 

ETM 1201 THERMODYNAMICS FOR TECHNOLOGY I 

This course will explore and investigate the basics of heat, 
work, and power as applied to engineering and mechanical 
technologies. An introductory level for students majoring in 
energy, refrigeration or mechanical power systems. 3-0-3* 
(Offered Fall Term) 

ETM 2202 THERMODYNAMICS FOR TECHNOLOGY II 

(Prerequisite: ETM 1201) This course is a continuation of 
ETM 1201 with emphasis on applications of heat, work, and 
power. Topics covered range from basic engine cycles through 
vapor-compression refrigeration to nuclear power generation. 
3-0-3* (Offered Winter Term) 

Page 210: Correct credit hours of COP 2110 Mathematical Programming to 3-0-3*. 

Page 216: Chanqe credit hours of ETM 2650C Control Systems for Refrigeration 
to read 2-2-3, effective Fall Term 1982-83. 

Correct credit hours of FFP 2500 Hazardous Materials to read 3-0-3*. 

Page 218: Add: 

SUR 2330 PH0T0GRAMMETRY 

(Prerequisite: SUR 2100C or suitable experience) A study of 
the geometrical characteristics of photographs and photogram- 
metric equipment; flight planning and control; photogrammetric 
measurements; rectification; radial line plotting; parallax 
measurements; and stereo plotter operation. 3-0-3* (Offered 
Fall Term) 

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*Lecture-Lab-Credit Hours 



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LIBRARY 



MATHEMATICS 

Delete Mathematics Teacher; change Mathematician to Mathematics. 

Add after Mathematics curriculum: 

Prospective teachers should also take the following: 
EDF 1005 Introduction to Education 
PSY 2012 General Psychology 
SPC 1600 Fundamentals of Speech 

Delete Mathematics Teacher curriculum. 

Delete: MAT 1002 Developmental Math 
MAT 1003 Basic Arithmetic 
MAT 1013 Preparatory Algebra 
MAT 1014 Introduction to Modern Math 

Add Note: Developmental mathematics offered in Center for Personalized 
Instruction only. 

MGF 1113 GENERAL EDUCATION MATHEMATICS I (New course description) 
This course includes Introduction to Algebra, Geometry, and 
the Metric System. 3-0-3* (Offered all terms) 



Delete: Module A 
Module B 
Module D 



Finite Mathematical Systems 
Use of Electronic Calculators 
Our Number System 



Module G: Probability and Statistics (Mew course description) 

This module includes the study of the fundamental laws 
of probability, the measures of central tendency, 
standard deviation and the normal distribution. 

After listing of modules, add: 

Note: The above modules are offered on an individualized basis 
through the Center for Personalized Instruction. (Not 
available to students who have taken MGF 1113 or MGF 1114.) 
1-0-1* (Offered all terms) Challenge tests will be available 
for all modules. 

MGF 1114 GENERAL EDUCATION MATHEMATICS II (New course description) 
This course includes Probability and Statistics, Logic, and an 
Introduction to Computing Technology. 3-0-3* (Offered all terms) 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

Add MGF 1114 General Education Mathematics II (3 cr. hrs.) to 
Physical Education Curriculum (A. A. 10-227). Delete 2 cr. hrs. 
of Electives. 

DAA 2501 MODERN JAZZ ADVANCED (New course) 

(Prerequisite: DAA 1500) An in-depth study of jazz dancing 
techniques, current jazz styles, and patterns of rhythmic 
choreography. 0-2-1* 

PEM 1300 SLIMNASTICS (New course) 

A basic course in rhythmic movement of the large muscles, 
designed to enhance the muscle tone and flexibility of the 
body. 0-2-1* 

*Lecture-Lab-Credit Hours 

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Page 246: PEN 2125 SCUBA DIVING (New course) 

This course is designed, to provide the student with the know- 
ledge and skills required for scuba diving. Certification 
cards will be issued upon successful completion of the course. 
0-2-1* 

PEN 1121 FUNDAMENTALS OF AOUATICS (Delete from catalog.) 

PEO 2623 FUNDAMENTALS OF BASKETBALL (Change of title and hours) 
This course is designed to provide the physical education 
major with the knowledge and skills required to participate 
in the game of basketball. 1-2-2* 

PET 2000 INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICAL EDUCATION (Delete the word "history" 
from course description.) 

*Lecture-Lab-Credit Hours 

RELATED HEALTH PROGRAMS 
Page 250: MENTAL HEALTH TECHNOLOGY - Revision 

MHT LEVEL I (CT. 21-341) SEMESTER 

HOURS CREDIT 
COURSE TITLE Fall Winter 

HUS 1003 Introduction to Mental Health Technology 3* 

HUS 1100 Interviewing and Recording 3* 

HUS 1200. .. .Principles of Group Dynamics 3* 

PSY 2012 General Psychology 3* 

HES 1400 Standard First Aid and Personal Safety 1 

ENC 1101#. . .Freshman Communications I 3 

GEY 2000 Gerontology 3 

HUS 1531. .. .Counseling the Chemically Dependent Person.. 3 

HUS 2520. .. .Psychotherapy: Theory and Practice 3 

HUS 1850 Field Work in Mental Health I 4** 

HUS 2851 Field Work in Mental Health II _ 4** 

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Spring Summer 

HES 1000***. Perspectives on Healthful Living 2 

MAF 2001 Marriage and Family Relationships 3 

SOC 1200. ... Introduction to the Social Sciences 3 

ENC 1102. .. .Freshman Communications II 3 

5 6 

#If developmental courses are needed, they will be in addition 

to the course requirements in the program. 
*These courses should be taken together. 

**These are eight-week modules. All these courses should be 
taken together. 
***HES 2121 may be substituted. 



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Page 250: MHT LEVEL II (A.S. 21-340) 

In addition to all of the above: 

SEMESTER 
COURSE TITLE HOURS CREDIT 

DEP 2102 Child Growth and Development 3 

EGC 2120 Personality Development 3 

POS 1001*.. .Introduction to Political Science 3 

SOC 2243 Death and Dyi ng 3 

SPC 1600 .... Fundamental s of Speech 3 

Physical Education 2 

Science 3 

64 
*P0S 2041 or AMH 2010 may be substituted. 

Page 251: OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY ASSISTANT (A.S. 21-240) - Revision 

FRESHMAN YEAR SEMESTER 

HOURS CREDIT 
COURSE TITLE Fall Winter 

APB 1190 Anatomy and Physiology I 2 

APB 1190L. . .Anatomy and Physiology Laboratory I 1 

ENC 110U. . .Freshman Communications I 3 

OTH 1001. ... Introduction to Occupational Therapy 2 

OTH 1121 Therapeutic Media 4 

OTH 1800. .. .Occupational Therapy Practicum 2 

PSY 2012 General Psychology 3 

Physical Education 1 

ENC 1102. .. .Freshman Communications II 3 

HUS 1200. .. .Principles of Group Dynamics 3 

NUR 2092 Human Growth and Development 2 

OTH 2410 Medical Problems Related to Rehabilitation.. 3 

SOC 1200. ... Introduction to the Social Sciences 3 

LEI 2700. .. .Recreation for the Aged and Handicapped 3 

Physical Education 1 

18 18 
SOPHOMORE YEAR 

OTH 1300C. . .Psychiatric Occupational Therapy 3 

OTH 1520C. . .Pediatric Occupational Therapy 3 

OTH 2100C. ..Occupational Therapy Activities 3 

OTH 2420 Occupational Therapy for Physically Disabled 3 

HES 1000*... Perspectives on Healthful Living 2 

HES 1400 Standard First Aid and Personal Safety 1 

POS 1001**. .Introduction to Political Science 3 

OTH 2840 Clinical Practice _ 8_ 

18 8 

#If developmental courses are needed, they will be in addition 

to the course requirements in the program. 
*HES 2121 may be substituted. 
**P0S 2041 or AMH 2010 may be substituted. 



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Page 256: The Statewide Course Numbering System has assigned new numbers to 
the following Mental Health Technology courses (old numbers in 
parenthesis) : 

HUS 1003 (MHT 1010) Introduction to Mental Health Technology 

HUS 1100 (MHT 1300) Interviewina and Recording 

HUS 1200 (MHT 1210) Principles of Group Dynamics (Offered Fall Term) 

HUS 1531 (MHT 1510) Counseling the Chemically Dependent Person 

HUS 1850 (MHT 1800C) Field Work in Mental Health I 

(Change hours to 2-6-4) 
HUS 2520 (MHT 2122) Psychotherapy: Theory and Practice 
HUS 2851 (MHT 2810C) Field Work in Mental Health II 

(Change hours to 2-6-4) 



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